Resistorless floating immittance function simulators employing current controlled conveyors and a grounded capacitor
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CitationYüce, E., Minaei, S., & Çiçekoğlu, O. (2006). Resistorless floating immittance function simulators employing current controlled conveyors and a grounded capacitor. Electrical Engineering, 88(6), 519-525. http://dx.doi.org./10.1007/s00202-005-0311-5
In this paper, new floating immittance function simulators employing second-generation current controlled conveyors are proposed. The first four of the presented circuits employ only a single grounded capacitor as passive component and can realize either a negative or a positive floating inductor or capacitor. The last two of the proposed circuits do not employ passive components and can realize either negative or positive floating resistances. All of the proposed circuits do not require passive element matching. As an application, a third-order butterworth filter is realized using the proposed positive floating inductance simulator. SPICE simulation results and large signal behavior of the filter are included.